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VOA: EU, India Agree to Broaden Ties Amid Ukraine War

The European Union (EU) and India agreed on Monday to set up a trade and technology council to step up cooperation, as...

VOA: India Tells China Resolving Border Standoff Key to Normalizing Ties

India has underlined that restoration of normal ties with China is contingent on restoring peace along their borders during a visit by...

NPR: Marital rape is still legal in India. A court decision could change that

Over the decades, Chitra Awasthi has counseled thousands of Indian women. Many of them are rape victims. But there's one woman whose...

BBC: Where it’s forbidden to serve meat

Long known as one of the world's holiest cities, India's spiritual capital is now luring culinary pilgrims as it transforms into a...

BBC: Where it’s forbidden to serve meat

Long known as one of the world's holiest cities, India's spiritual capital is now luring culinary pilgrims as it transforms into a...

VOA: Dramatic Power Shift in Afghanistan Seen as Strategic Setback for India

Less than six years ago, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Afghanistan’s Parliament building in Kabul — a landmark symbol of the...

NPR: India And Tech Companies Clash Over Censorship, Privacy And ‘Digital Colonialism’

One night last month, police crowded into the lobby of Twitter's offices in India's capital New Delhi. They were from an elite...

npr: India’s Major Cricket Tournament Got Suspended. Should It Have Even Happened?

Sohini Mitter is a huge cricket fan. Normally, she would never miss the Indian Premier League (IPL), a glamorous, action-packed cricket tournament held every...

npr: People Are Talking About A ‘Double Mutant’ Variant In India. What Does That Mean?

India is in the midst of a devastating second wave of COVID-19. For the past several weeks, cases and deaths have skyrocketed....

VOA: India Receives First Shipment of Critical Medical Supplies as COVID Infection Rates Continue to Soar

The first shipment of critical medical supplies arrived in India Tuesday as the country continues to struggle with a catastrophic second wave...
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CNN: Ukraine wins Eurovision Song Contest in wave of goodwill following invasion by Russia

Ukraine’s folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra has won this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, surfing a wave of goodwill from European nations to clinch the...